A little taste of what Bonnarooers were privilege to witness and enjoy.
Jeff Beck's week long residency at the London nightclub is captured up close and personal on a great concert DVD.
Can this former American Idol winner go The Distance with his post Media 19 release?
“Hold the pen to their neck until they sign the check”
Bassist Todd Kowalski was kind enough to answer some questions for me as well as talks about Propaghandi's new CD.
Kelly Clarkson Rebounds with All I Ever Wanted
Got a sweet tooth for some heavy-metal Motown? Then Vanilla Fudge is the cure.
Log on, turn up, and space out. Four psychedelic flavored albums not to be missed.
What really clinched the deal for Beatles’ fandom was my instantaneously rapturous reaction to the giddy pop thrill of “Please Please Me.”
Two adventurous composers lead a 17-piece jazz orchestra.
An impressive debut from a part-American, part-European band from Austria.
The Moody Blues: Chapter 6.
A 20+ year career -- one that includes almost that many albums -- is a pretty good indicator of success.
Who watches the Watchmen get made? You can with his book.
Emotion is the dominant factor in pretty well every decision that we, all human beings, make.
A wonderful primer on early American evangelicalism and revivalism, rich in drama and anecdotal evidence.
Part mystical, part practical, an absorbing and eventually enthralling view of Australia and Aboriginals from the inside out.
The world will not end when General Motors Corporation breathes its last as the once great, preeminent, American capitalist conglomerate.
The California Supreme Court went to session earlier this week to decide whether Proposition 8 is valid or invalid.
As democratic legislators move to block efforts to assert state sovereignty, the time for complacency is past.
In the Australian Outback, a family is born.
At times entertaining but ultimately uneven and unsatisfying.
Dennis Dortch’s A Good Day To Be Black And Sexy has the sex and the things that occur after it, but not much else.
A so-so comedy that features a pretty solid Blu-ray release.
A low budget Viking film examined through a trip to the future.
Does Jack Bauer have a bank account?
Pure bliss for fans of bland family television.
What else summons terror like zombie horror?
A Disney animated gem that excels in high definition.
One of Walter Matthau and Jack Lemmon's earlier collaborations gets the double-disc treatment from Paramount.
A great assortment of interviews with many pioneers in the field of the Fantastique.
A raunchy comedy done right.
It can be difficult to view both sides of a discussion and see what is valid and what may be skewed.
Everyone deserves a second chance.
This extended Figar-anza with music is an exercise in extremes and an interesting concept. Unfortunately, half is also an ordeal.
The debate between Darwin and Genesis theory has been going on for years, will it ever be settled?